pee [--[no-]ignore-sigpipe] [--[no-]ignore-write-errors] [["command"]]
pee is like tee but for pipes. Each command is run and fed a copy of the standard input. The output of all commands is sent to stdout.
Note that while this is similar to tee, a copy of the input is not sent to stdout, like tee does. If that is desired, use pee cat ...
- --ignore-sigpipe, --no-ignore-sigpipe
Do (not) ignore SIGPIPE. Any command started by pee might cause a SIGPIPE when it exists. If you ignore SIGPIPE, you probably also want to ignore write errors (see below). Ignoring SIGPIPE is the default behaviour.
- --ignore-write-errors, --no-ignore-write-errors
Do (not) ignore write errors. When a command started by pee is no more accepting data via the pipe between itself and pee, a write error occurs in pee. If this error is not ignored, pee is going to terminate all child processes and exists. Ignoring write errors is the default behaviour.